|Directed by||Alfred Vohrer|
|Produced by||Erwin Gitt |
|Story by||Karl May|
|Starring||Stewart Granger |
|Music by||Martin Böttcher|
|Edited by||Hermann Haller|
|Distributed by||Constantin Film (West Germany)|
British Lion Films (United Kingdom)
Columbia Pictures (United States)
|Box office||577,441 admissions (France)|
1,778,713 admissions (Spain)
over $3 million (Germany)
Among Vultures (German: Unter Geiern) is a 1964 Western film directed by Alfred Vohrer and starring Stewart Granger, Pierre Brice, Elke Sommer and Götz George. It was also released as Frontier Hellcat.
The film was a co-production between West Germany, France, Italy and Yugoslavia. It was shot at the Spandau Studios in Berlin and on location in Yugoslavia, particularly in Croatia. The film's sets were designed by the art director Vladimir Tadej. The story is based on the eponymous novel by Karl May.
- Stewart Granger as Old Surehand
- Pierre Brice as Winnetou
- Elke Sommer as Annie Dillman
- Götz George as Martin Baumann Jr.
- Walter Barnes as Martin Baumann Sr.
- Sieghardt Rupp as Preston
- Miha Baloh as Reverend Weler
- Renato Baldini as Judge Leader
- Terence Hill as Baker
- Gojko Mitić as Wokadeh
- Milan Srdoč as Old Wabble
- Box office information for Stewart Granger films in France at Box Office Story
- Unter Geiern, IMDb
- Unter Geiern, BFI Film and TV Database
- AMONG VULTURES "(Unter Geiern)" Monthly Film Bulletin; London Vol. 33, Iss. 384, (Jan 1, 1966): 143.
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